• Logos by

    The opening of John’s gospel reveals a mystery that had eluded the ancient Greeks as they were searching for that which held all things together. They called it the Logos. What is the difference between the Logos of ancient Greeks …

  • Lord by

    Scripture says that every knee shall bow, and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord. You may or may not be one who believes this. But one thing is for sure: our belief or unbelief does not change the …

  • The Messiah, The Christ by

    In a day when Jesus’ identity and mission are often misunderstood, this series can help Christians grasp and communicate a clear picture of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

  • Priest by

    When some people hear the word ‘priest’ they  automatically associate it with Roman Catholic clergy, forgetting that it is actually a biblical office with great significance. Old Testament priests served in the Temple worship of Israel, particularly in the sacrificial …

  • Savior by

    Is there only one savior in the Bible? Not exactly. There are actually more… but perhaps not in the way you are thinking. Dr. Sproul clarifies the confusion in this message as he explores the various uses of the word …

  • Questions and Answers by

    Who was the Captain of the Lord of Hosts? What does it mean to pray in Jesus’ name? Is John 1:1 properly translated? To answer these questions and more, Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. joins Dr. Sproul in this …

  • The Servant of the Lord (Part 2) by

    In Isaiah 53, we read of the suffering servant of the Lord. Who would do such things to the Lord’s servant? To what end were these terrible things done? What purpose did they serve? Dr. Sproul answers these questions as …

  • Elohim (Part 1) by

    In this message, Dr. Sproul continues his study on the names of God, taking us to the Source to find what ancient philosophers sought after, as he looks at the name “Elohim.”

  • Savior by

    In Scripture, names and titles are important. This is true not only for the names of people and places, but also of God Himself. The Bible uses many names for the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, with each …

  • Elohim (Part 2) by

    In the Hebrew language, the word ‘elohim’ was used to refer to the many false gods. Ironically it was also used in Scripture for the One true God who created all things. Why do the authors of Scripture use a …

  • Christ: The Annointed One by

    In all of human history, the most titled individual that has ever lived is Jesus of Nazareth. In “Christ: The Annointed One,” Dr. Sproul will begin to look at the title the New Testament uses for Jesus more often than …

  • Christ by

    In Scripture, names and titles are extremely important. This is true not only for the names of people and places, but also of God Himself. The Bible uses many names for the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit; each …

  • Lord by

    In Scripture, names and titles are important. This is true not only for the names of people and places, but also of God Himself. The Bible uses many names for the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, with each …

  • The Bishop of Our Souls by

    Although barely mentioned in the New Testament, the title used by Peter to refer to Jesus as the “Bishop of our Souls,” is deeply rooted in the pages of Scripture. This name of God the Son is mentioned broadly even …

  • Holy by

    In Scripture, names and titles are important. This is true not only for the names of people and places, but also of God Himself. The Bible uses many names for the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, and each …